Learn how to paint window sash and door frames; includes details on masking off glass and removing excess paint on glass.
Learn how to pre-finish crown molding, bead board and other wooden trim before installation.
by Ron Hazelton on May 22, 2013 in News
by Ron Hazelton on April 19, 2013 in News
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That looks great. Easy enough and inexpensive.
I've used this technique over paneling. Through trowel and error I figured out that it's best to fill the gaps between the sheets with paintable caulk and then lay on some mesh drywall tape before painting, also found it cheaper and easier to fill the vertical groves of wood paneling with drywall mud before using the textured paint.
since I am deaf I certainly appreciated the transcript. Thank you!!
the best way to learn this technique is thru trowel and error.
Very nice ,,, Could you do this to paneling ??? and fill in the groves but not crack
I wonder if that procedure could be applied to paneling?
a naked hot dog!?!
Interesting effect. I just finished a project a month ago that I could have tried this technique. Wish I knew then.You needed some sauerkraut with that dog.
Looks good to me the way it was. Never heard of this before.